Reconstructing disappeared landscapes of wet areas. Problems and new possibilities applied to a test area in western Sealands Flanders in the Flemish coastal plain

A. Lehouck, N. Vanslembrouck, V. Gelorini, T. Soens, E. Thoen, J.A.J. Vervloet

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Abstract

Coastal landscapes show very specific characteristics since the sea and the water of the tidal channels mainly influenced their origins. This paper presents some preliminary results of an interdisciplinary project that focuses on the reconstruction of medieval landscapes in the coastal area of medieval Flanders
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 21st Session of the PECSRL Conference "One Region, Many Stories: European Landscapes and Lifestyles: The Mediterranean Landscapes in a Changing Europe", Limnos/Lesvos 2004
EditorsZ. Roca, T. Spek, T. Terkenli, T. Plieninger, F. Höchtl
Place of PublicationLisboa
PublisherEdicoes Universitárias Losófonas
Pages231-243
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventOne Region, Many Stories: European Landscapes and Lifestyles: The Mediterranean Landscapes in a Changing Europe -
Duration: 25 Aug 20041 Sep 2004

Conference

ConferenceOne Region, Many Stories: European Landscapes and Lifestyles: The Mediterranean Landscapes in a Changing Europe
Period25/08/041/09/04

Keywords

  • landscape
  • history
  • frontier areas
  • belgium
  • zeeuws-vlaanderen
  • flanders

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